Management Training Content & Resources

Customized Management Training programs help you reduce employee turnover, improve employee satisfaction, and boost employee performance.

Developing your Leaders Rely On These

3 Success Factors

Effective Training

Out-of-the-Box training programs rarely yield the results you want.

Ability to Measure

You have to be able to track the success of your training programs.

Qualified Support

Training Programs are complex — you need experienced support.

Below are the most important articles we've published to help you train your leaders, reduce employee turnover, and grow your company. Utilize these resources to build training programs and learn to calculate the real cost of employee turnover.

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We Believe that Management Training is Transformative

Why do we take the time to produce so much high-quality content on Management Training? Because we believe in the results that it can produce when properly executed in a company.

Your managers are your company leaders. They set the stage for productivity and success — or high turnover and failure.

Management training helps everyone in your company, not just the managers. They learn the skills they need to keep employees engaged, productive, and happy. When your employees feel secure in their role, they work harder and faster. This means higher profit margins, less turnover, and higher-quality work.

Just going through leadership training is not going to benefit anyone. Ensuring participants are using and applying the tools will make a difference. I recently conducted a management training course for a client. The training occurred once per week for 10 weeks, and participants had assignments to complete in between the sessions.

The assignments included interaction with employees, bosses, etc., using the tools and methods they learned in training. One manager’s employees commented on the difference they saw in their manager and the way he was communicating with them. He started talking to them more, asking for their opinions and getting them more involved in decisions regarding their job.

The employees were happier and felt more valued because of the changes their managers had made in the way they were communicating with them.

Rhonda Beard

Rhonda Beard, Bench Builders

In the US, companies invest around $166 billion each year on leadership development programs. For some, that investment is well worth it for the results they get. However, others find they invested in the wrong programs. They throw a ton of information at their managers and hope at least some of it will stick. It's not surprising to learn how little that method accomplishes.

Let us help you learn how to maximize your investment and build training programs that will help you reach your goals.

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